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Thread started 06/21/02 6:45am

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NME.com review of a prince cover

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Reply #1 posted 06/25/02 9:06am

randomduck

Here is the text: smile
The Space Cowboy; I Would Die 4 U (Southern Fried)
In case you were wondering, that peculiar noise you’ve been hearing every time you’ve opened the window over the past month has been the distant honk of the tune siren heralding, as it does this time every year, the arrival of the first house colossus of the summer. In 2002 the honour falls with The Space Cowboy and this Prince-whipping banger, gushing along with the melancholic chime of Roger Sanchez’ ‘Another Chance’ and some mighty, heartstopping hangy bits. It falls about twelve centimetres (coincidentally, Prince’s actual height) short of being absolute genius, but ‘I Would Die 4 U’ is the best excuse to turn purple since ecstasy, and it’s got a bloody fat arse. Spring has now left the building.

Peter Robinson


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The song is also on Radio 1's 'A' playlist.


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[This message was edited Tue Jun 25 9:14:34 PDT 2002 by randomduck]
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Reply #2 posted 06/25/02 4:23pm

bkw

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Is Prince really only 12 cm's tall?

Geez, how do people even see him on stage?
When I read about the evils of drinking, I gave up reading.
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Reply #3 posted 06/28/02 1:50am

DOROTHYPARK

alicia keys' "How Come You Don't Call Me.."
this tune..
Mel B asks Prince to help her with her career..
Prince performing a world tour..

a prince revival going on?
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